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Subhī Sālih, Muslim Brotherhood (MB) figure, said in the public conference organized by the group in al-'Abāsīyah, that choosing Coptic thinker Rafīq Habīb as the Deputy President of the MB's party Freedom and Justice will be a message to the United States of America to not interfere in Copts...
83 years after the founding of the Muslim Brotherhood (MB), the MB has, for the first time, handed over its official documents for its party "Freedom and Justice." The new founders of the party included 93 Christians and 978 women. Dr. Rafīq Habīb was chosen to be the deputy president of the party...
The founders of the Muslim Brotherhood's Freedom and Justice Party, applied yesterday for its registration, according to Mohamed Saad el-Katatni, a leading official in the new party. The founding members of the party totalled 8,821, including 987 women and 93 Copts. They chose Refiq Habib, a Copt,...
The Founders of Muslim Brotherhood's (MB) Freedom and Justice Party decided to appoint Christian thinker Rafīq Habīb as the Deputy President of the party. Read original text in Arabic   
The Muslim Brotherhood is considering Coptic thinker Rafīq Habīb as a potential vice chairman of its Freedom and Justice Party. While the Freedom and Justice Party categorically rejects women or Copts as presidential candidates in Egypt, they have emphasized several times to neither discriminate...
The Muslim Brotherhood (MB)'s Freedom and Justice Party is currently in the last stage of submitting its application to the Party Affairs Committee. According to the article at hand, 15 percent of the party’s 9,000 founders are not MB members. “Among them is the prominent Coptic thinker Rafīq Habīb...
 Some Coptic thinkers protest against the church's refusal to comment on the hearsay that affirms the conversion of Kamilia to Islam.  
“The Coptic Church prefers not to enter into politics just work in the social field. All meetings between the Muslim Brotherhood group and Copts are just random and disorganized" says Dr. Rafīq Ḥabīb, a Coptic thinker. On the other hand Ṣubḥī Ṣalīh, a leader in the MB, asserts that no Copt or a...
Writer and political thinker Dr. Rafīk Habīb, confirmed that he was one of the Copts which the Muslim Brotherhood approached to join MB's Freedom and Justice party. "I do not think there is something wrong in joining Freedom and Justice party," says Habīb. He added that it is better for the country...
The phone call made by Muslim Brotherhood murshid (guide) Muhammad Badī' to Coptic Pope Shenouda III after the latter's return from a treatment trip in the United States and the pope's phone call back to Badī' brought about an air of optimism for the relations between the two sides.

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